Love it or hate it, Romney-Ryan is now the alternative to Obama-Biden. Does the Tea Party have a dog in this hunt?
June and July have seen an increase in deaths.
Mike Huckabee and his allies ignite a party war over the Akin controversy.
The roster leaves off some names that many would associate strongly with the GOP over the past four years -- and with the party's future.
Inclusion and growth, not exclusion and stasis.
Why the candidates should be saying more about Latin America. (This article is available in Spanish here.)
Ryan over Rob Portman is promising news for our financial future.
Republicans face unexpected onslaught on social issues heading into a convention where jobs and debt were supposed to headline.
The Tulsa PD is punishing a police captain for refusing to attend an Islamic “cultural event” at a local mosque.
In his defiant declarations that he wouldn't drop out, the six-term congressman seemed bent on trying to paint himself as the ultimate anti-establishment candidate.
Por qué los candidatos presidenciales deben hablar más sobre América Latina
Republicans piled on the Senate candidate to drop out of a critical race as the congressman under fire for rape comments dug in his heels.
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In the first part of our exclusive series, PJ Media’s Bryan Preston takes you inside the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Department. Hidalgo County is one of the fastest growing border cities in the U.S. and receives millions of dollars each year in federal grants to fight spillover crime. But are the grants working? One whistle-blowing deputy claims that the sheriff is faking the stats to make Hidalgo look safer at the expense of the taxpayer. Don’t miss this exclusive report.
The next time an Afghan soldier murders a group of American troops, remember: you paid for his weapon.
PJM EXCLUSIVE: Louisiana's GOP senator on how the cover-up to trump sound science in favor of political ideology keeps growing with each chapter.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) has energized the 2012 race for the White House since Mitt Romney tapped him as his pick for vice president. Bill Whittle wants to know why Ryan is the only public servant in America to propose a serious plan to save the nation from certain fiscal ruin. He is also, win or lose, the best man on the ticket this year. Hear why.
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With Charles Krauthammer as team captain of the Right's intellectual Olympians.
A left-wing professor writing about Zionism unintentionally scores in the "Bad Writing Competition."
The one way street of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
And with this morning's report, the campaign opens a new education front and attack strategy against Paul Ryan's budget.
The last congressional freeze was lifted by Obama for "national security" reasons on a Friday night.
What we do know: the White House does not want anyone noticing the enemy Russia has become. (More from Bridget Johnson: Why Was a Russian Attack Sub Lurking in the Gulf of Mexico?)
Who is Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and how did she get to be such a transparent party hack?
The chairman of an Appropriations subcommittee wants answers from the FBI director on "potentially misleading, uninformed or incomplete" statements.